The Effect of Online Video in Improving Maternal Nutritional Behavior and Nutritional Status of Stunted Under Five

Huriah, Titih and Nurjannah, Nurjannah and Bekti Prasetyo, Yoyok (2023) The Effect of Online Video in Improving Maternal Nutritional Behavior and Nutritional Status of Stunted Under Five. In: Proceedings of Eighth International Congress on Information and Communication Technology. Springer Nature, London, pp. 792-802. ISBN 978-981-99-3235-1

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One of the causes of high stunting in toddlers is mothers’ poor behavior in providing toddler nutrition. Health education through online media about stunting is one way to influence mothers’ behaviors in preventing stunting. The online video was chosen based on the characteristics of the participants, geographical conditions, and the COVID-19 pandemic. The aim of this study is to determine the impact
of educational videos on maternal nutritional behavior and the nutritional status of stunted children. In this study, we employed a quasi-experimental pretest-posttest control group design. The study was conducted in December 2020–February 2021 in the Gondomanan and Umbulharjo Health Cent Yogyakarta. The sample was 26
respondents, divided into the intervention group and the control group with simple random sampling, and each group had 13 respondents. The intervention group was given an education from two videos about nutrition in children and stunting. The data is analyzed using the Wilcoxon and Mann–Whitney tests. Health education using online video can increase maternal nutritional knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors with p values of 0.003, 0.000, and 0.023, respectively, while the nutritional status of stunted children, there is no difference with ap value of 0.626. Online video education can improve aspects of knowledge, attitudes, and nutritional behaviors of mothers but cannot improve the nutritional status of stunted children.

Item Type: Book Section / Proceedings
Keywords: Online video · Stunting · Nutritional behavior · Nutritional status
Subjects: R Medicine > RT Nursing
Divisions: Faculty of Health Science > Department of Nursing (14201)
Depositing User: yoyok Yoyok Bekti Prasetyo, S.Kep, M.Kep., Sp.Kom
Date Deposited: 15 Feb 2024 01:54
Last Modified: 15 Feb 2024 01:54

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